This site offers access to the writings by George Washington, John Adams, James Madison,
and more. These documents are still being edited, but they provide a rare glimpse
into the lives and opinions of the founders.
Created by the University of Virginia, this site offers quick access to information
on demographics, education levels, ethnicity, immigration, and other topics from the
US Census between 1790 and 1960. It does not include individual information such as
names and dates of birth.
Maintained by the National Historical Society, this site provides a variety of history-related
links, including archives, upcoming historical events and exhibits, multi-media and
book reviews, and best of all, the capability to do keyword searches in selected electronic
journals, some in full-text.
The Harvard University Library has created a number of digital collections that share
their historic book and image collections. This project allows scholars to see and
use original manuscripts and images online. Current collections include Islamic heritage,
epidemics, immigration, and many more.
The Royal Society offers full text access to their papers published between 1665 and
1940. Their journal archive can be used to search for and view original articles by
Robert Boyle, Isaac Newton, Charles Darwin, Benjamin Franklin, and many others.
This is the digital version of The War of the Rebellion, a collection of records about
the Civil War. This book can be used to find out what happened on each day of the
Civil War, with links to reproductions of relevant letters, orders, and other documents.
The Center of the American West, at the University of Colorado at Boulder, is one
of the region's most creative and innovative organizations in identifying and addressing
such crucial issues as multiculturalism, community building, fire policy, and land,
water, and energy use.
Trails of Hope: Overland Diaries and Letters, 1846-1869 is a digital collection of
the original writings of 49 voyagers on the Mormon, California, Oregon, and Montana
trails who wrote while traveling on the trail.
The Utah Collections Multimedia Encyclopedia is a continuing series of CD-ROM volumes
as well as an ever-expanding web site whose contributors include many institutions,
organizations and agencies throughout Utah